Guthrie asked Trump if he will reflect on it now that he knows some find the pledge offensive.
"Almost everybody in the room raises their hand. We’re having a good time. I never knew it was a problem," Trump replied.
Co-host Matt Lauer jumped in and said that the pledge combined with some of Trump's rhetoric may be why images of rally attendees with their arms raised "evokes images of Nazi Germany."
"Well, I think that’s a big, big stretch," Trump responded before again noting how large his campaign rallies have been.
Lauer then asked Trump if he would consider no longer asking rally attendees to take a pledge.
"Well, I’ll certainly look into it. I mean, I’d like to find out that that’s true," Trump said. "I don’t want to offend anybody. But I can tell you, that it’s been amazingly-received, well-received."
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